ERB Board Meeting Calendar

 

     NMERB Board Meeting Calendar 2017 (PDF version)

 

Board Meeting Notices and Agendas  (2017)

 

NMERB Public Meeting Notice-November 2017-Posted 11/3/2017

Board of Trustees-Annual Retreat Agenda: November 9, 2017-Posted 11/3/2017

Investment Committee Meeting Agenda--posted 11/6/17

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                

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NMERB Improving Sustainability State Tour: Oct.-Nov 2017

NMERBs Executive Director Jan Goodwin and Deputy Director Rick Scroggins are heading out across the state to discuss "Improving Sustainability". Please see the flyer for a city near you. The kickoff takes place in Farmington on 10/30/17. We hope to see you at one of our meetings.

Press Release

Click here for a PDF of the presentation.

PUBLIC UPDATES (2017)

New Notice--Cancelation of Rebranding RFP--posted 10/10/17

NEW--Press Release--posted 09/21/17

An article appearing this week in the New York-based International Business Times alleging that Gov. Susana Martinez influenced investment decisions at the New Mexico Educational Retirement Board is simply false. The Governor does not initiate, suggest or influence investment decisions by NMERB. Board Chair Mary Lou Cameron stated, “At NMERB, we focus on roles and responsibilities. The Board’s role is to ensure sustainability of our pension benefits for our members. Our staff’s responsibility is to recommend the best investments to us, while informing us of any political contributions made by investment managers. The funds that we invest in are responsible for complying with rules set up by regulatory agencies, including the SEC. I am very comfortable that all of the investments that the board has made are in the best interests of our members.”

Click here to read the full press release.

NEW-- Letter to the Editor--posted 09/21/17

An article in the New York-based International Business Times alleging that Gov. Susana Martinez influenced investment decisions at the New Mexico Educational Retirement Board is simply false. The Governor does not initiate, suggest or influence investment decisions by NMERB. Staff and Trustees are solely interested in making investments in the best interest of NMERB and its beneficiaries as required by our fiduciary duty. Our members can be confident that politics does not play a role in management of the fund’s resources for their retirement. Laws passed following New Mexico’s prior “pay-to-play” issues focus on placement agents, not campaign contributions. Not only is the NMERB in compliance with state law regarding placement agents, but the policy exceeds the law’s standards. Of the hundreds of investments made by NMERB, the International Business Times found only one that may or may not be in violation of the SEC rules regarding a two-year “blackout” period on contributions. NMERB has asked the manager, EnerVest, for a thorough explanation of this situation.

Click here to read the full letter to the editor.

You may also read Executive Director Jan Goodwin's Letter to the Editor in the

Los Alamos Daily Post

Press release: Educators' pension fund investments return 12 percent for the year--posted 08/18/17

Op-ed: Executive Director, Jan Goodwin-- posted 07/10/17

  1. The vital role of NM Educational Retirement Board--Gallup Sun.
  2. Teacher pensions are secure but changes need discussion--Albuquerque Journal
  3. Straight talk on educational retirement plan--Santa Fe New Mexican
  4. New Mexico pension managers contemplate benefit reforms--Miami Herald
  5. Local Business in brief, Aug. 15, 2017--Santa Fe New Mexican
  6. Educational retirement fund see robust returns in FY 2017--Albuquerque Journal
  7. New Mexico's Two Largest Public Pensions Could See Benefit Reforms--Chief Investment Officer

For retirees: COLA to be applied FY18--posted 06/15/17

Press release: Educators' pension fund crosses the $12 billion mark--PDF 05/22/17

  1. Pension fund finishes year at all time high-Santa Fe New Mexican (02/15/17)
  2. Chair said fund on track--(PDF) posted 2/14/17
  3. Educational retirement fund on track to reach long-term funding goals--posted 12/27/16
  4. (PDF version)